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Changed -- up to get the little bit here rabbi let me start with you because the question about the Jewish vote in America.
-- traditionally been majority Democrat spot support from the Jewish community.
However there's a lot of question about the Obama administration and their support are they really supporters of Israel.
I've seen surveys that say.
Among Jewish voters the economy is still far above their concern about.
Our administration whichever president supported Israel true or not true.
You're gonna get an answer the -- truly yes and no in some places yes in some places now.
I think for many of us Israel as a priority not not that it's more important in the economy.
We have a number of issues that are very important to us.
But Israel is one of them for others I suppose that Israel doesn't resonate in the same strong fashion.
But I don't think and I think this is.
What's becoming apparent I don't think the Democratic Party should for example take the Jewish vote for granted -- we have a lock on that vote.
People are reassessing their loyalties.
The what's important to them and making decisions accordingly.
All right fathers there was talk about the fact that there were parishes or maybe some priests were going to be able to.
Get out there and say -- you know this is how we wanted to go vote you think that will happen.
From different directions.
No but certainly -- parish is throughout the country.
We'll have leaders that we'll stand up and say there are certain non negotiable issues.
When -- government violates these issues.
Or a candidate violates those issues or a platform -- -- -- who violates positions if you're voting for those platforms are candidature participating in immoral evil.
I don't think you're gonna have trees story you certainly we'll have some evangelical pastors because -- attrition doing that endorsing candidates.
We do not do -- in the Catholic Church.
Tom let me bring it back to the question of time.
The financial issues I think sometimes we can make this.
This division between their moral issues and their financial issues and -- as we vote for the financial issues over those moral issues like the case of this drop.
I believe to that the fight that.
The financial issues are hostile moral issues.
If we have a government for example that is beginning to take over more and more responsibility for our lives stepping in and saying we're going to make more and more people.
Dependant upon our federal government.
That is something that is not good for the moral fabric of our country -- I believe.
Financial issues or even the debt sixteen trillion dollars of debt is that a financial issue I'm not sure it was going to be able to take care of it.
I'm saying yes it is a financial issue a moral issue that should be taken into consideration very seriously.
Well it's interest indices in this country know.
You know settle -- -- fighter but I'm going back.
Where and that's where we went was to our places of worship to our families friends and houses of worship.
To what take care of each other before the government that didn't didn't seem to reduce your responsibility or your work for the efforts that you need to put into -- and that in the of religious -- rabbi well.
I don't think we in the religious community -- faith communities are saying to the government.
You do would we don't do anything I think -- recognition that we do as much as we can.
That doesn't mean we can do everything.
And there are times when it turned to the government twists and various responsibilities.
So there is going to be a relationship but the question remains we had to redraw boundaries we did we say government you can't come here.
So again I think we and the religious community are doing much to help one another but we can't do at all.
-- -- Provide just that the test a Father Jonathan Morris -- thank you both very much they --